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Best Consonants Poems

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Premium Member A S-I-M-P-L-E Yes or No


Ink spills...

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Categories: consonants, boyfriend, girlfriend, relationship,
Form: Free verse

Cities of Sonnets
It was tantalizing, sweet completion
Lines of blue ink filling white space
Tastes of emotions, colors of consonants
Music of vowels, syllables singing
To create, and satiate

Then, time thinned

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Categories: consonants, appreciation, creation, journey, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Alliteration For Poets
Alliteration always awesome
Ballad beyond barnyard basics
Crystalline calls careful consonants,

Diamante delivers deeply
Enthusiasm excites eager ears,
Fanciful frolicking faerie

Generously gives grateful glee
Hyping haiku to heavenly heights,
Imagery and imagination


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Categories: consonants, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member For The Love Of Lexicon
My Mother taught me
how to see through language, 
paper was rare, iron ink wasn't free
so she sold some jewelry for porcelain lettering, 
and we clapped...

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Categories: consonants, dedication, history, passion,
Form: Epic
Keep Right on Writing
1   Would you say that you’d like to write better?
2   Keep writing whether book or love letter.
3   Great writers...

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© Jesse Rowe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: consonants, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Couplet

Premium Member Poetry reading
I listen to the young men
in their black turtlenecks
who spit their consonants forcefully
in cryptic metaphors 
about the state of the world.
Their work makes me think.

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Categories: consonants, poetry, poets, writing,
Form: Free verse
Self Seduction
Let's make love with our souls
 to the point 
we set our bodies ablaze
You can be my favorite fan 
who stokes that 
 internal flame

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© TS Lewis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: consonants, passion, writing,
Form: Free verse
The Vessel
My voice is a hollow vessel
where words spiral down 
into a whirling dust storm
and exit dirty and unwanted
as if riding on the hooks
of some God-forsaken...

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Categories: consonants, angst,
Form: Free verse
What is Love
What is Love?
MAN I don't know!
I mean girls say it to me all the time, but I just blow off their emotions like smoke.

What is...

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Categories: consonants, love, slam,
Form: Free verse

A voice is something to treasure.
An expression is nothing without this.
You can feel the deep suppression when possessed by another human being.
Speaking out...

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Categories: consonants, conflict, confusion, freedom, how
Form: Verse
Premium Member How He Speaks His Mind
What sibilant consonants
conjure his image: angular, Germanic,
uttering phrases and grunts, monosyllables
forcefully spat into air alive,
filled with his vivid verbal assaults!
No saccharine sentiment for him.
He lets...

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Categories: consonants, confusion, introspection, life, people,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Crumbled Stanza
It is here.

It is now.

It is

These tantric dialects

I taste the solstice of gray.

Foggy, silver-lined showers
Replenishment against elasticity's incomplete verb

Through whistling meadows of Nature’s morn
Incredulous smiles...

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Categories: consonants, feelings, life, longing,
Form: Free verse
Challenge Accepted

Consonants and vowels are coming one by one,
rules are rules and we are following all those
only poetry is suffering a bit I think
although this is...

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© kash poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: consonants, on writing and words,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Am I the Assassin or the Undertaker
Am I the Assassin 
        or the Undertaker


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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: consonants, death, grief, morning,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member Last Day of School
Here it is at last!
The very last day of school.
I have waited so long for it,
Now I feel like a fool.

The thing that I’ve wished...

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Categories: consonants, children, fun, leaving, school,
Form: Rhyme

Words make verses and rhymes. 
Expressions of my mind
have been with me throughout time.

Rhyme and reasoning

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Categories: consonants, humorous, endurance,
Form: Tail-rhyme
Call of the wild
Call of the wild

We talkspeak and nothing much is 
said until a bright spore spot spawns
and gets a seed for sale—compliant
of brotherly love passions filler...

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Categories: consonants, anger, brother, conflict, feelings,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member English Composition 101
In English classes my skull would be reelin' with a myriad of perplexities,
Strugglin' to cope with English Composition with its multitudinous complexities!
I could never comprehend...

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Categories: consonants, on writing and words,
Form: Rhyme
Naked Thoughts
One unread, there goes that heart again
Beating fast for no apparent reason
Two missed calls, there goes that brain again
Leaving me to my emotions.Where is the...

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Categories: consonants, corruption, deep, desire, sensual,
Form: ABC
Premium Member What's In A Name
What's in a name
But consonants and vowels
I didn't know, so I ask
The wisest of owls
I told him my name
The owl said, "Who"
He was in the...

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Categories: consonants, fun,
Form: Rhyme
Tremolo to a Vibrato
Tremolo to a vibrato

when loud words
are coughed forth
from the inside.
A chest aches -
and history repeats itself.

Adaggio calls me again -
deaf ears stretch
my arms open
and upside...

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© John Heck  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: consonants, angsthistory,
Form: Free verse
Love Your Goldfish As Yourself
Feed your goldfish before you leave 
Love them as you love yourself
The bible tells us all fish are created equal 

Some people prefer baby guppies

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Categories: consonants, abuse, education, fish, health,
Form: Free verse
Literary orgasm
(alternate title – A bona 
er fide dog day afternoon delight).

A mere half dozen vowels 
constitute the English language 
    Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay

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Categories: consonants, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Lay
Farm Animal Speech Lessons
          Farm Animal Speech Lessons

Early morning at the crack of dawn
Farm animals were gathered in the...

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Categories: consonants, animal, education, food, identity,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member All the Pretty Words

"All the Pretty Words"

All the pretty words
blooming like summer jonquils
fade from the velvet fresh green tongues
and rich fecund tussled beds 
of poets and minstrels
strumming hearts...

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Categories: consonants, romance, sensual, word play,
Form: Romanticism